NASCAR stage lengths for 2018 season officially announced

The stage lengths for each of the races across NASCAR’s top three series in the 2018 season have officially been announced.

The stage lengths for each and every stage of each and every one of the races across NASCAR‘s top three series, the Cup Series, the Xfinity Series and the Truck Series, were officially announced on Wednesday.

The Cup Series drivers are set to drive in 36 races throughout the 2018 season, while the Xfinity Series drivers are set to drive in 33 races and the Truck Series drivers are set to drive in 23 races.

The Cup Series drivers are set to drive in those 36 races at 24 different race tracks throughout the 2018 season, while the Xfinity Series drivers are set to drive in their 33 races at 25 different race tracks and the Truck Series drivers are set to drive in their 23 races at 22 different race tracks.

The stage lengths for each and every one of those 92 races across a total of 29 different race tracks have officially been set, as NASCAR released these stage lengths on their website on Wednesday.

The lengths of each of the stages in all 92 of these races are shown below and split it up by series. The races are listed in the order in which they are scheduled to take place throughout the 2018 season for each series.

NOTEThe numbers included in these lists are the laps, not the mileage, on which the stages end. They are not how long each stage lasts.

KEY

  • -2 = second race at the track of the season
  • * = playoff race

NASCAR Cup Series

RACESTAGE 1STAGE 2FINAL STAGE
Daytona60120200
Atlanta85170325
Las Vegas80160267
Phoenix75150312
Auto Club60120200
Martinsville130260500
Texas85170334
Bristol125250500
Richmond100200400
Talladega55110188
Dover120240400
Kansas80160267
Charlotte100200 (Stage 3: 300)400
Pocono50100160
Michigan60120200
Sonoma2550110
Chicagoland80160267
Daytona-24080160
Kentucky80160267
New Hampshire75150301
Pocono-250100160
Watkins Glen204090
Michigan-260120200
Bristol-2125250500
Darlington100200367
Indianapolis50100160
Las Vegas-2*80160267
Richmond-2*100200400
Charlotte* (road)TBDTBDTBD
Dover-2*120240400
Talladega-2*55110188
Kansas-2*80160267
Martinsville-2*130260500
Texas-2*85170334
Phoenix-2*75150312
Miami*80160267

NASCAR Xfinity Series

RACESTAGE 1STAGE 2FINAL STAGE
Daytona3060120
Atlanta4080163
Las Vegas4590200
Phoenix4590200
Auto Club3570150
Texas4590200
Bristol85170300
Richmond75150250
Talladega2550113
Dover4590200
Charlotte4590200
Pocono2550100
Michigan3060125
Iowa60120250
Chicagoland4590200
Daytona-23060100
Kentucky4590200
New Hampshire4590200
Iowa-260120250
Watkins Glen204082
Mid-Ohio204075
Bristol-285170300
Road America102045
Darlington4590147
Indianapolis3060100
Las Vegas-24590200
Richmond-2*75150250
Charlotte* (road)TBDTBDTBD
Dover-2*4590200
Kansas*4590200
Texas-2*4590200
Phoenix-2*4590200
Miami*4590200

NASCAR Truck Series

RACESTAGE 1STAGE 2FINAL STAGE
Daytona2040100
Atlanta4080130
Las Vegas4080134
Martinsville70140250
Dover4590200
Kansas4080167
Charlotte4080134
Texas4080167
Iowa60120200
Gateway3570160
Chicagoland3570150
Kentucky3570150
Eldora4090150
Pocono153060
Michigan3060100
Bristol55110200
Canadian Tire Motorsport Park*204064
Las Vegas*4080134
Talladega*204094
Martinsville*50100200
Texas-2*3570147
Phoenix*4080150
Miami*4080134

 

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Are you excited to see stage racing return for a second season across all three of NASCAR’s top series? Each of these three series is set to begin next week at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida.